Africa without Borders is an exhibition of mixed media paintings by Adolf Tega that employ the Main gallery of the AVA. African migration is unpacked on the painted surface. Africa without Borders depicts the systems that process migrants, how the individuals survive and how they integrate into societies foreign to them. The use of materials is symbolic; the textures on the painted surface are created with soil, referencing the myth, that when one goes into foreign lands, one must lick the soil as a sign of acceptance. The spirits of these lands will then secure the individual from all foreign ills.